With so many different styles of Christmas Door wreath, it can be tricky to choose how to adorn your front door over Christmas time so we've chosen some of our favourite styles to give you some inspiration this chilly Monday afternoon.
The white gypsophila door wreath above is just so chic. We love the compact texture and gorgeous buttermilk satin bow - perfect for a front door or for a Christmas wedding entrance. It gives that subtle Christmas aura without being too gimicky - if The White Company did Christmas wreaths, this would be it.
This beautifully textural and visually impactful door wreath is again not an obvious choice but the red and pink tones of the crab apples and sedum, complimented with touches of pittosporum foliage make it feel Christmassy and definitely a style which will turn your neighbours heads as they walk past. Just love the lichen front door colour too.
Red illex berries look truly spectacular at this time of year and when entwined into a door wreath nothing else is needed. They look so striking on their own in a rustic, informal style - perfect for a country setting.
We're a little obsessed with front doors at The Country Flower Company, we even have a secret Pinterest board full of front door pins - and we truly love this simple populus, cinerea and baby blue eucalyptus door wreath which would look so fab on a pillar box red Victorian door with brass knocker and bun. Effortlessly stylish.
The Country Flower Company x